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Study on the Evaluation of the Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive

The study aims to assess if the Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2014/30/EU ("EMCD") remains fit for purpose in terms of its overall effectiveness, efficiency, relevance, coherence and EU added value. In line with the Better Regulation Guidelines, the study collects evidence and information to identify possible difficulties during implementation that may require regulatory or/and non-regulatory corrective measures and assess the Directive's provisions' adequacy in view of scientific and technological progress. In the context of this project, CSIL carries out a market analysis of a selection of products and fixed installations covered by the EMCD aimed at estimating the economic impact of the Directive on the affected markets.

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Client: EU Commission - DG GROW
Client type: public
Year: 2020-2021
Consortium: CSES (leader), CSIL (partner)
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